Testimonials

Group Swarm

I followed your instructions on introducing an aiptasia to the acclamation container. All I had was a big one so I cut it into thirds. Right now there are three swarms of berghia, and I can?t even see the aiptasia. I waited 2 hours for the acclamation...

Larry

Aquacultured Lizard Scale Chalice Coral - T-4-10-d

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Aquacultured Lizard Scale Chalice Coral - T-4-10-d

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This aquacultured Lizard Scale chalice is purple with green accents. This piece is .1 inch and on a frag plug.

Echinophyllia sp. will form plates and folds with heavy tissue. Chalice corals are typically very colorful. The edges and may become ridged with corallite bumps.  Echinophyllia corals are slow growing.  Chalice corals in general like moderate to higher lighting and moderate to higher flow. 

Echinophyllia corals should be kept with space between them and other corals in your aquarium.  Although they do not need to be directly fed, they feed at night and will have transparent feeding tentacles.

Quick Care Info

Care Level: Moderate

Temperament: Semi-aggressive

Lighting: Moderate

Waterflow:  Moderate

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Testimonials

MY 20g Tank is Clean!

Just a quick message to tell you my 20 gallon tank is now free of the 40-50 aiptasia I had on January 1 of this year. I am thrilled with results. I will talk with you today to buy some more berghia for my other display tank. Thanks a lot,

Brandi

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